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The Chedi Andermatt: A little piece of Asia in the Swiss Alps

This 5-star luxury hotel is full of surprises. With its traditional Alpine facade, you’d never know that the interior is packed with decorative elements straight from Asia. The entire hotel combines Far Eastern influences with Swiss culture, always with great elegance. With a 2,400 m² spa and two huge swimming pools, the Chedi Andermatt is the perfect choice for wellness enthusiasts. Luxe Wellness Club takes you there!

The huge indoor pool (Photo: The Chedi Andermatt)

A luxury hotel nestled at an altitude of 1,447 metres

At an altitude of 1,447 meters, The Chedi Andermatt welcomes guests in a half-Alpine, half-Asian atmosphere. In the middle of the Alps, you wouldn’t expect to find this surprising world, to say the least. But the charm works: elegance and modernity go hand in hand to create a cosy, exotic atmosphere.

An ultra-cosy living room (Photo: The Chedi Andermatt)

The magnificent Andermatt region is known far beyond Switzerland for its high peaks, deep canyons, waterfalls and crystal-clear lakes. An environment conducive to breathtaking hiking and skiing.

The nearest airports are Zurich (90 minutes by car) and Milan (two hours). For a smooth arrival, we recommend the train journey from Zurich to the hotel, which passes through an impressive mountain landscape. From the station (within walking distance of The Chedi Andermatt), you can also board the famous Glacier Express, which runs between Zermatt and St. Moritz.

Classy rooms

This 123-room and suite hotel is decorated with oriental elements and traditional Alpine touches. Bronze, dark wood and leather create a cosy atmosphere. An original design enhanced by paintings influenced by the artistic movement of the XVIIᵉ century.

Magnificent rooms (Photo: The Chedi Andermatt)

Comfort and tranquility are the order of the day in the hotel’s accommodations, which you can appreciate all the more in your large bathtub. The bathrooms are truly superb, with heated natural stone floors and Italian showers, and we pamper ourselves with Acqua di Parma products. And this moment of relaxation is instantly prolonged by the sight of the surrounding nature by the fireplace. All rooms and suites feature panoramic windows overlooking a soothing landscape.

We’ve got a thing for bathrooms (Photo: The Chedi Andermatt)

Both room types are between 52 and 55 m² in size and can accommodate up to four people. The six suite categories range in size from 90 to 350 m². They can accommodate up to ten people. The Gotthard Suite, the hotel’s largest, houses five bedrooms with five bathrooms each, and is a true luxury apartment on two floors for a large family or group of friends.

We appreciate the fact that even the smallest categories of accommodation have large balconies and fireplaces.

An immense spa of great beauty

On your own or with a coach, you can work out on the latest Technogym machines in the sports area, called The Health Club. Personalized programs for all levels can be followed with the help of a fitness expert. For more holistic well-being, a yoga and pilates studio is also available. Individual and group courses are offered.

The edge of the indoor pool (Photo: The Chedi Andermatt)

The 2,400 m² spa area is also designed for pampering: several pools, saunas and steam rooms, as well as a Tibetan relaxation lounge. This is where you can relax with Far Eastern treatments. Also worth mentioning are theEn Vogue hair salon and the two huge indoor and outdoor swimming pools, both with mountain views.

Numerous massages are available (Photo: The Chedi Andermatt)

Ten treatment rooms are part of the Tibetan relaxation salon. Here too, Asian inspiration plays a major role, notably in The Chedi signature treatments based on ancestral massage techniques and energy laws. The spa stands out for its treatments, which use two well-known brands: Omorovicza and Tata Harper.

Sauna and steam room (Photo: The Chedi Andermatt)

Omorovicza luxury cosmetics are based on Hungarian thermal spring water, renowned for its healing benefits, and on the patented Healing Concentrate. The Tata Harper brand, on the other hand, uses over 300 components from more than 68 different countries to create complex, chemical-free products.

A host of exceptional activities

The Chedi Andermatt offers a host of extraordinary activities. Let’s start by mentioning a special ski weekend, exclusively with a former world champion. During their stay, guests have the privilege of chatting with Didier Cuche and learning the Swiss gold medallist’s secrets to skiing like a pro.

A magical Alpine setting (Photo: The Chedi Andermatt)

If you want to combine winter sports, Asian well-being and a change of scenery, the Chimalaya-Expedition experience is very appealing. This two-night package allows you to venture out on snowshoes with a guide. After the effort, the comfort: on returning from this snowy excursion, relax with a Himalayan hot stone massage followed by a tasty Asian menu to delight the taste buds.

Yoga room (Photo: The Chedi Andermatt)

If you’ve always dreamed of being James Bond, The Chedi Andermatt offers a luxury experience like no other, with the “OO7” package. Indeed, the film Goldfinger was shot nearby. A three-night stay in a suite with wine cellar, fine dining at The Restaurant, and “Goldfinger” cocktails. All this, plus a panoramic helicopter tour and a bottle of champagne for two. Cheers!

A mix of Asian and Western cuisine

Faithful to its universe at the crossroads of Asia and the Swiss Alps, the hotel’s five restaurants invite you on a gustatory voyage of oriental and European flavors.

Japanese restaurant (Photo: The Chedi Andermatt)

The Restaurant features four open kitchens and a Wine & Cheese Cellar, a five-metre-high glass cellar. With a cuisine that blends Asian flavors with Western tastes, this restaurant has been awarded 14 points by Gault et Millau. In addition to the “classic” menu, there’s a choice of sharing menus, vegetarian menus and children’s menus.

The hotel also offers 100% Japanese cuisine: The Japanese Restaurant. Sushi and sashimi bars are run by Chef Dietmar Swyere and his sushi master. The restaurant’s modern Kaiseki menus have earned it a Michelin star and 16 Gault et Millau points. The Chef continues his concept at The Japanese by The Chedi Andermatt restaurant on the Gütsch mountain, 2300 meters above sea level!

The restaurant (Photo: The Chedi Andermatt)

The Chedi Andermatt has set aside two areas with decor to suit the season, so you can be at one with nature even during a meal or aperitif. On The Courtyard’s terrace, you can either sip a refreshing cocktail with your eyes riveted on the mountains in summer, or warm up with a mulled wine after a few laps on the ice rink in winter! And for a fine dinner, The Chalet offers Swiss specialities in authentic Alpine style.

Breakfast with healthy options (Photo: The Chedi Andermatt)

The journey of flavors continues in the heart of The Wine & Cigar Library. Here, fine books of specialist literature coexist with rare bottles. A moment of relaxation guaranteed.


Take advantage of our expertise in wellness breaks and contact us for a personalized quote for The Chedi Andermatt.

Rates : From around 460 euros per night in low season.

Call us on +41 22 501 75 16 for Switzerland, on +1 (646) 980 6652 for the USA, on +33 1 85 73 22 14 for France, and on +44 20 4577 3258 for the UK.

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